What is Cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data that is sent from a website and stored locally in a website users browser. When a user browses the same website in the future the data that has previously been stored can once again be fetched by the Cookie and inform about the users activity. Cookies does a whole lot of different jobs, like letting you navigate between pages on a website effectively, remember your preferences and make your experience better. They can also help you see ads that are more relevant for you and your interests.
Cookies will never harm your computer in any way.
Do I need to accept Cookies to use this website?
What types of Cookies does websites use?
There are four general categories of Cookies that are being used on websites:
Strictly necessary Cookies. These Cookies are important for you to be able to surf a website and use its functions. Without these Cookies these services wouldn’t be available to you. This includes surfing a website as a registered user, access to restricted areas or making purchase on a website. Like most other website our does use strictly necessary Cookies.
Performance Cookies. These Cookies gathers information about how users use a website like for example the amount of visitors to a website, what pages are most popular and if any pages renders error messages. These Cookies does not gather information that in any way can identify a specific visitor. The information that these Cookies gathers are more aggregated and therefore anonymous. The information we gather through Performance Cookies is only used to improve our websites functions and to help us evaluate how our website is used. Like almost any other website we do use Performance Cookies.
Performance Cookies enables tools that performs website analysis like Google Analytics. That’s a service that generates detailed statistics about a websites traffic and the sources to that traffic. In other words it tells us how many visitors our website have and how these visitors got to us. By using this tool we can evaluate the traffic to our website. Like almost any other website we’re using analysis tools on our website.
Functions Cookies. These Cookies allows a website to remember choises a visitor makes and makes it possible to offer more personalized functions. This makes for a better ecperience on a website. The information these Cookies gathers can be anonymized and it can not track web activity on other websites. Like almost any other website we do use Functions Cookies on our website.
Ad Cookies. These Cookies gathers information about surfing habits in order to make ads more relevant for a specific user. They’re also used to limit the amount of times a specific user sees the same ads. They’re usually placed in ad networks with permission from the website owner. They remember that you’ve visited a website and this information is shared with other organizations like ad companies. Ad Cookies most often are directly linked to a specific part of a website from the other organization. Like almost any other website our website uses this type of Cookie.
What happens if I do not allow Cookies in my browser?
If you do not activate or do not allow Cookie technique in your browser you automatically accept that our website and our online services to place these types of Cookies in your browser.